Bird Watching – August 2017£4.30
In the new issue of Bird Watching magazine, we reveal the secret lives of your garden birds – prepare to be surprised by some of their unusual antics!
Also in this issue, we explain why your annual break need not just be about sun, sea and sand as there are plenty of birds to look out for, whether you holiday in the UK or venture further afield.
We also highlight why the Coot is aptly described as the original Angry Bird, reveal why some of our upland bird species face a ‘catastrophic decline’ in numbers and author Dominic Couzens delves into the strange love life of the Dotterel!
We also head out to some of Northern Ireland’s best wildlife sites as well as highlight a selection of avian treats that can be found on birding trips to either a private island in Georgia, USA, or the Faroe Islands.
Our expert reviewers put the eagerly-awaited Leica Trinovid HDs through their paces – so find out how they fare. We also test your ID skills of early-autumn warblers, how will you get on?
All this and much, much more, including a comprehensive round-up of birds seen in your area during May, in the new issue of Bird Watching.
Bird Watching July 2017£4.30
Our latest issue reveals the dark side of the Swallow, highlights a surprising aspect of the Stonechat and explains how you can still get involved in our popular #My200BirdYear challenge.
It also looks at how farmed land can affect a Barn Owl’s hunting ability, discovers lots of endemic and exotic birds in Madagascar and explains how a birding trip to Derby is not just about seeing its famous Peregrines – there are lots of other species, too!
We all know that climate change, sadly, will have a negative effect on some birds but did you know that warmer temperatures are also encouraging other species to stay in the UK longer and breed, we tell you which ones.
Plus, we put Swarovski’s BTX scope to the test, you could win a sleepout kit worth more than £500, we profile Scottish birding pioneer Alexander Wilson and provide a comprehensive round-up of the rare birds seen on your patch during April.
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Bird Watching June 2017£4.30
Attract more birds to your garden with our special ‘Creating a Bird Garden’ guide, which comes FREE with this issue of Bird Watching magazine. Don’t miss out on top advice and tips on how to create the perfect wildlife garden in all seasons.
Elsewhere in the issue, we reveal why certain birds may be rarer, or indeed more common, than you think, how the MoD is helping our wildlife, particularly the Stone-curlew, where to see great tern colonies and why the colourful Jay deserves more ‘contempt’ than it gets! The silent-flying Nightjar is featured in this issue, too!
We also go birding in Wales and Leicester, test your ID skills with ‘seabird city’ birds and reveal all the rare birds seen on YOUR patch during March. Plus, Hawke’s new starter scope under review, your birding questions answered, 10 great walks where you can see lots of birds and the latest bird-related news.
Bird Watching May 2017£4.30
SEABIRDS take centre stage in the May issue of Bird Watching magazine and we reveal the 10 best coastal destinations where you can see lots of these wonderful birds.
There are plenty of other birdlife featured in this issue too including Hobby, Eider Gannets and Crane – and why not test your knowledge of hirundines and swifts in our ID Challenge?
Elsewhere, we reveal what to expect with a birdwatching trip to Ecuador, South America, or Punta Arenas in Chile! We also take you birdwatching in North Norfolk and find out the difference between birdwatching in the Isle of May or the Farnes Islands in remote Scotland.
And if you’re considering buying a new scope then read our expert review of the Celestron Regal M2 100ED!
Regular sections include 10 great birdwatching walks, the latest birding-related news, the best readers’ pics and letters, what’s irritating Grumpy Old Birder Bo Beolens this month, and James Lowen on all the other wildlife you can enjoy during the month of May.
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Bird Watching April 2017£4.30
Our latest issue celebrates the dawn chorus – one of nature’s greatest glories! We explain how birds sing and why they do it. Plus, learn birdwatching jargon so you can tell your Cuddys from your Fudge Ducks.
We also put Leica’s latest binoculars – the Ultravid 8×32 HD Plus – to the test, readers can get 15% off Country Innovation clothing and naturalist, author and TV producer Stephen Moss answers a series of birdwatching questions.
Elsewhere, we’ve 10 new great birdwatching sites recommended just for you and we reveal what to expect with birdwatching trips to Guatemala, Central America, and Belfast.
Bird species covered in this issue include Woodcock, Coal Tit, Mallard and Yellowhammer.
Enjoy the issue.
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Bird Watching March 2017£4.30
In this issue:
- Why feeding a family makes birds easier to see
- Courtship, nesting & mating explained
- get close to owls to create a love of nature
Now you see them! One man's success in attracting the elusive Tree Sparrow
Goosefest! Discover wildfowl to boost your #My200Birdchallenge
A year to remember – what were 2016's most astonishing rare birds?
The best ever binoculars? Put to the test
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Bird Watching February 2017£4.30
Welcome to the latest issue of Bird Watching, the UK’s best-selling magazine for birdwatchers. To help anyone who’s taking part in our #My200BirdYear challenge, this issue reveals how to separate the most common confusion species and increase your 2017 tick list. Plus, learn how to brush up on small bird identification, too.
Elsewhere, we have some great articles on the Siskin and Fieldfare and detail how a historic voyage gave the lovely Ross’s Gull seabird its name. You can also put your identification skills to the test with our ID Challenge, which this month asks you to name six winter gulls. Our review section puts Bushnell’s new night vision ‘bi-oculars’ to the test and we have two reader holiday offers, one in the Scottish Highlands and other Northumberland.
Urban Birder David Lindo explains the birding opportunities in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and we also feature 10 new Go Birding walks, as well as provide a comprehensive round-up of all the latest bird news for your area.
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